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May review

I must admit May has been a weird month for me reading wise. I've been really tired as work has been busy so my reading has really suffered. I also am in a bit of a funny mood where I haven't felt like reviewing anything at all so I've been reading stuff I bought myself and purposely not reviewed it to give myself a break.

Read in May
86) The Elite by Kiera Cass
87) The Making of Us by Lisa Jewell (British Books Challenge)
88) Gilt by Katherine Longshore
89) Spy Society by Robin Benway
90) The Summer I became a Nerd by Leah Rae Miller
91) The Fifth Wave by Rick Yancey
92) The Originals by Cat Patrick
93) The Moon and More by Sara Dessen
94) Dead Silence by Kim Derting
95) Dusk by Eve Edwards (British Books Challenge)
96) Gloss by Marilyn Kaye
97) Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas

As anyone who vaguely knows my reading habits can tell you this has been a really slow month for me

Book events attended
None

Book of the month
Quite honestly I can't say anything I've read at all this month has particularly wowed me in any way. I think this is half my problem at the moment (If any publishers out there have anything that would fit the wow bill do let me know! PS I am out of UKYA and I need some desperately)

If I had to pick it'd probably be Dangerous Girls by Abigail Haas which I literally finished today mainly because I think it is going to be one I have to think about for a good while to come

Comments

bibliotropic said…
Surprisingly, May was actually a decent month for me, reading-wise, and that's surprising given that I was out of commission due to surgery for a fair chunk of the month. Of course, rereading the first three Harry Potter books certainly made the number of books I read look more impressive than I think it really was. Even if they add another title to the list, they were still really short and I'd already read them half a dozen times by this point. :p